YOU BELONG AT OISE

Join a community of passionate changemakers and emerging leaders where you'll feel valued, motivated, and engaged.

Study with professionals in fields like education, professional practice, research, policy, community development, and more. Learn from leading faculty and researchers. And connect with a network of alumni around the globe.

3000+ Graduate Students
7500+ Continuing & Professional Learners
100,000+ Alumni

GET CONNECTED

Challenge yourself in a supportive learning environment that features a world-class education library, modern technology, and space for collaborating.

Expand your horizons with full access to the University of Toronto's network, including the campus, libraries, clubs, career services, fitness, health and wellness, academic writing and support services, and much more.

1000+ Student Clubs
21+ Intramural Sports
9 Unique Multi-faith Spaces

MAKE AN IMPACT

Be a part of an exciting environment that prioritizes Indigenous values and educational research, dynamic discussion, and transformative action. Get support through academic advising, traditional teaching, and access to spaces, events, and other opportunities for Indigenous students.

Advance understanding and study with Indigenous and other faculty who are weaving Indigenous knowledge and perspectives into our institute and research, with themes from Indigenous mental health and healing to land-centered language, literacy, and curriculum.

21+ Indigenous Courses
7 Indigenous Faculty Members
First Nations House

STUDY AT A WORLD-CLASS UNIVERSITY

OISE is home to a global community of top students, faculty, and researchers united in a passion for advancing education research, practice, and policy.

Our world-class programs in Toronto's bustling downtown attract students from around the world. And domestic tuition for international PhD students makes being here affordable.

Need support to succeed? We offer on-campus English language development, academic writing, and citizenship/immigration advice, and more.

Average 10 to 15% International Students
Over 50% of Faculty in International Partnerships